Common mistakes of student visa
Getting a student visa in abroad is the first step towards fulfill your dream and we are here to make this first step smoother, convenient and memorable for you, your family and friends. Here we discuss the common mistakes of student visa application.
Include the admission letter
Your admission letter is more than just your gate pass into a college; it is also one of the most vital documents to be submitted along with your visa application, as your reason for purpose of travel. Make sure your admission letter (or unconditional admission letter, where required) ready for submission.
Don’t miss documents
There is a checklist available on www.visathingforstudent or the relevant consulates’ websites listing the documents required to be submitted for a student visa application to various countries. Consulting the checklist and ensuring every required document is included in the application is of utmost importance.
Ensure you check the financial requirements of the country you are applying for, (e.g. financial backing required for education and living for the duration of the course), and carry the statements as detailed in the checklist. In case you are a funding or scholarship student, carry evidence of the same.
Don’t forget the mark-sheets
While it is common for students to submit college transcripts with their applications, few countries like USA and Ireland prefer to see prior educational mark sheets. Ensure these are at hand when you submit your application.
Include sponsor details
Your sponsor’s details are as important in the visa application process as your own. Submit all the relevant declarations/affidavits as specified by the country you are applying to, in cases where sponsors (parents/family) are paying for the course.